Apple has now seeded the first public beta of iOS 15.3 bringing no new features but simply “bug fixes and improvements”.
After the wealth of features that arrived in iOS 15.2, it’s no real surprise that this release will be focused on cleaning up bugs.
Whether Apple will add new features in subsequent betas is anyone’s guess.
How to enroll your iPhone in the iOS 15 public beta
Unlike regular iOS updates, where you just tap and start downloading, Apple is using configuration profiles to validate devices for the iOS 15 public beta. Installing it is easy peasy.
Note: If you’ve been on a previous iOS public beta, you may need to remove the previous beta profile before installing the iOS 14 version. You can do so by going to Settings > General > Profile, selecting the iOS Beta Software Profile, and pressing Delete Profile.